The new Harvard dictionary of music
THIS EDITION HAS BEEN REPLACED BY A NEWER 2003 EDITION This classic reference work is simply the best one-volume music dictionary available today. Its nearly 6,000 entries, written by more than 70 top musicologists, are consistently lucid and based on recent scholarship. The New Harvard Dictionary of Music contains among its riches superb articles on music of the 20th century, including jazz, rock, and mixed media as well as twelve-tone, serial, and aleatory music; comprehensive articles on the music of Africa, Asia, Latin America, and the Near East; entries on all the styles and forms in Western art music; and descriptions of instruments enriched by historical background. Short entries for quick reference--definitions and identifications--alternate with encyclopedia-length articles written by experts in each field. More than 220 drawings and 250 musical examples enhance the text. Combining authoritative scholarship with concise, lively prose, The New Harvard Dictionary of Music is the essential guide for musicians, students, and everyone who listens to music.
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Contains over 6000 entries written by more than 700 musicologists, considered the foremost single-volume musical reference work in print
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The book was retitled The New Harvard Dictionary of Music, and featured expanded coverage of twentieth-century and non-Western music, and including ...
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The University of Chicago Magazine: August 2000, Features
The New Harvard Dictionary of Music (1986) now serves as the standard, convenient guide to music for lay readers, students, performers, composers, scholars, ...
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... obligatory for all English-speaking musicians whether they can afford New Grove (in whatever form) or not: The New Harvard Dictionary of Music (1986), ...
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CURRICULUM VITAE. Barry Kernfeld. 506 West Foster Avenue, State College, PA 16801-4039. 814-238-0497 (home); 814-867-4288 (office for jazz projects); ...
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For musical terminology only, the standard source is The New Harvard Dictionary of Music. For biographical information ("classical" only and not limited to ...
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... Music (Cambridge: HUP, 1967) are good, if short; it is now replaced by Don M. Randel, Ed., The New Harvard Dictionary of Music, (Cambridge: HUP, 1986). ...
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Similarities and Differences between Music Dictionaries
lthough there are many types of music dic-. tionaries, some of them have similarities in. their treatment of terms. In this paper the ...
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The New Harvard Dictionary of Music. Rev. ed. of: Harvard dictionary of music / Willi Apel. 2nd ed. 1969. Cambridge, Mass.: Belknap Press of Harvard ...
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